Washington University School of Law’s Anheuser-Busch Hall in St. Louis, Missouri by Hartman-Cox Architects.

Washington University School of Law’s Anheuser-Busch Hall in St. Louis, Missouri by Hartman-Cox Architects.

Credit: Courtesy Hartman-Cox Architects

When Washington University in St. Louis renovated the School of Law’s Anheuser-Busch Hall and enlarged the student commons, it took a bold direction to cover Crowder Courtyard in a canopy of glass and metal. The two-story School of Law building is constructed of Missouri Red Granite in the campus’ traditional Gothic style. Designed by Hartman-Cox Architects of Washington, D.C., the $31.2 million, 175,000-square-foot School of Law’s Anheuser-Busch Hall opened in 1997. It earned several accolades including the 2000 Design Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Washington Metropolitan Chapter.

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